Thread created on 03:38:12 - 14/05/19 (2 years ago)
Last replied 00:02:48 - 06/06/19 (2 years ago)
Go to your local thrift store and pick up some C.L.R. (calcium, lime, and rust) Ive found the spray-able stuff works just fine and get either a stiff plastic bristled brush or even a brass bristled brush (worked great for me cleaning rusted chrome shocks on my 1982 Yamaha xj650j cruiser with plenty of chrome that's had 37 years to build up) and just spray or apply the gel kind if that's all you can find, then its as easy as scrubbing once and it'll spray right off saving you hundreds or even thousands of dollars/pounds
Last edited by Will710 on 03:38:35 - 14/05/19
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